Thursday, September 12, 2013
90's to 40's
A slow-moving cold front will slide through the tri-state today, bringing scattered showers and thunderstorms with it. Although widespread severe weather is unlikely, a few strong storms with large hail or gusty winds are possible, particularly over our eastern counties. Behind the front, much cooler, drier and breezy conditions move in for Friday. Chad has the 14 First Alert forecast.
Rash of Accidents
Emergency crews have been very busy overnight with a series of injury accidents in the tri-state. We'll have the latest on wrecks in Vanderburgh, Warrick, and Dubois Counties.
Fogging and Golf
For the fourth time this summer, Vanderburgh County health officials will be fogging for mosquitoes. Nicole is live with that, and also has the details on how playing golf today can help the Boys and Girls Club of Evansville.
Bugs and March for Babies
Jess Raatz will be busy this morning in the Western Kentucky newsroom as well. She has details on how you can March for Babies to help the March of Dimes this weekend in Hopkins County, but before that she'll tell us about a unique exhibit of big bug sculptures in Owensboro.
So enjoy your Thursday, and we'll see you on Sunrise.